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The Law Commission’s long-awaited review of corporate criminal liability in the UK has been branded “limited and unambitious” by MPs and anti-corruption groups.
10 June 2022
The Swiss commodities trader admitted paying bribes throughout Africa and South America in resolutions with four agencies in the US, UK and Brazil. Corruption probes in Switzerland and the Netherlands, however, continue.
25 May 2022
17 May 2022
GIR subscribers can now view the entire GIR Live: Washington, DC conference, online. The event, held at Paul Hastings on 7 April, was co-chaired by Nicolas Bourtin of Sullivan & Cromwell and Amy Jeffress of Arnold & Porter.
06 May 2022
The Swedish prosecutor leading a new investigation into allegations of bribery in Iraq by telecoms company Ericsson told GIR his primary focus is determining the culpability of individuals.
25 April 2022
Experts are concerned by the anonymous HMRC settlement. “The fact it’s such a high figure indicates two things: One, it’s pretty damn serious. Two, if it had gone to a criminal trial the fine could have been a lot more,” said one former prosecutor.
08 April 2022
A recent Justice Department letter stated it will credit millions in disgorgement paid by JLT against a future settlement with the SFO, in an apparent first official confirmation of the anti-fraud office’s linked probe into the company.
31 March 2022
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